Kamesi to kayavanka

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kāmesi : [aor. of kāmeti] craved; desired.

kāyakamma : [nt.] bodily action.

kāyakammaññatā : [f.] wieldness of the body.

kāyagata : [adj.] relating to the body.

kāyagatā sati : [f.] mindfulness centred on the body.

kāyagantha : [m.] bodily fetter.

kāyagutta : [m.] bodily. (adj.), guarding one's own body; calm in the bodily action.

kāyaḍāha : [m.] fever; inflammation of the body.

kāyadaratha : [m.] bodily distress.

kāyaduccarita : [nt.] misconduct by the body.

kāyadvāra : [nt.] the outlet of bodily senses.

kāyadhātu : [f.] the faculty of touch.

kāyapaṭibaddha : [adj.] connected with the body.

kāyapayoga : [m.] instrumentality of the body.

kāyaparihārika : [adj.] tending the body.

kāyapassaddhi : [f.] serenity of the sense.

kāyapāgabbhiya : [nt.] immodesty.

kāyappakopa : [m.] misbehaviour.

kāyappacālakaṃ : [adv.] swaying the body.

kāyappasāda : [m.] the sense of touch.

kāyabandhana : [nt.] waist-band; girdle.

kāyabala : [nt.] strength of the body.

kāyamudutā : [f.] pliability of senses.

kāyalahutā : [f.] buoyancy of senses.

kāyavaṅka : [m.] crookedness of action.